Monthly Archives: July 2018

Athleta Opening Tuesday at Saddle Creek

Commercial Appeal Written by: Abigail Warren Athleta, a women's athletic wear retailer, opens Tuesday at Saddle Creek North in Germantown. The store, by Gap Inc., will host events each day this week to celebrate the grand opening. The shopping center used to feature a Gap. Although it closed, Heather Nordtvedt,marketing manager of Saddle Creek, said the center is excited to have the company's athletic... read more

Fancy New Luxury Movie Theater to Open in Dallas’ Rebooted Entertainment District

Victory Park’s Transformation Hits the Big Screen Paper City Magazine Written by: Natalie Gempel Victory Park is about to get a lot more entertaining thanks to Cinépolis USA. The now Dallas-based company is opening its first ever luxury theater in the burgeoning urban neighborhood on Friday, July 27. The 44,000-square-foot venue will offer eight screens, 750 reclining leather seats, cutting-edge sound... read more

Co-Working Firm Rents Two Full Floors in Victory Park Office Building

Dallas Morning News Written by: Steve Brown Co-working firm WeWork — already the biggest shared office space provider in North Texas — is growing its footprint with a new location in Victory Park. The New York-based firm has rented two full floors of offices in the Victory Plaza building at 3090 Olive Street — at the entry to American Airlines Center. The new facility will include everything from... read more

Cinepolis Set to Open Movie Theater in Victory Park

Dallas Morning News Written by: Karen Robinson-Jacobs On July 27, Uptown's up-from-the-ashes Victory Park development may finally have found the people magnet it's longed for during its slog to profitability. And it's a solution many a dating couple figured out years ago. If you want to attract regular folks on a regular basis, try serving up dinner and a movie. At the end of the month, the Mexican-born... read more

Two Fashion Retailers Join WestBend

Forth Worth Magazine Written by: Samantha Calimbahin WestBend is getting two clothing stores that are both new to Fort Worth. The first is a pop-up shop, Texas Standard, expected to open May 10 at 1653 River Run between Drybar and BONOBOS. The 787-square-foot shop will carry men's clothing designed and developed in Texas, including sports shirts, polos, T-shirts and accessories. Ten percent of the profits go... read more

Rice Village Updates Taking Shape

Houston Chronicle Written by: Nancy Sarnoff The Rice Village Starbucks used to be tucked into a suburban-style strip of shops on University Boulevard. It recently moved to the next street over into a larger space with an industrial vibe and co-working tables. Click Here For Original... read more

Evolve or Die in DFW Retail

DMagazine Written by: Terry Montesi Having a great selection of retailers in an optimal location is no longer enough to stand out. With the continual growth of online shopping, retail developers are faced with the challenge of creating an unparalleled guest experience that websites can’t replicate. It’s actually bettering retail places because we are being forced to raise our game. Having a great selection of... read more